Stone Upon Stone

Ballycarberry Castle

Ballycarbery Castle

Cahergal Fort, Cahirciveen

Cahergal Fort, Cahirciveen

Look at the intricacy and sheer number of rocks that make up these Irish walls.  When you really examine them, it is overwhelming how much time, work and thought went into these structures.  And it is also amazing how many thousands of years these structures have withstood Ireland’s invaders, winds, rains, and other natural decayers.  It makes me glad that they are there, solid, enduring, testament to lives lived.  It makes me glad that we have a solid rock in Jesus, who is the same yesterday, today, and forever, solid, enduring, and always with us.  Blessings, Lisa

“Trust in the Lord forever, for the Lord, the Lord, is the Rock eternal.” – Isaiah 26:41

“Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.” – Hebrews 13:8

2 thoughts on “Stone Upon Stone

  1. Ww! That is a lot of rock. What amazes me is how much labor and love must have gone into making those walls and fences a reality. It would have been so much easier to have just thrown them in a pile, or the ocean. A real testament to being a good steward of what God has given us.

    • That is what I love about the Irish landscape so much…they use what they have very creatively, and build into the natural landscape instead of changing it. 🙂

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